RVA RADIO: Frankie Chan – November 2009 Mix

by | Dec 19, 2009 | PODCASTS

RVA Radio bringing the best deejay sets of the interweb to bounce to. We find em and post em.


RVA Radio bringing the best deejay sets of the interweb to bounce to. We find em and post em.

Big timer Frankie Chan is a one man wreaking crew and promotions machine. An audio rumble full of bangers, grinders, and anthems sprinkled with tribal.

Check out his myspace and the iheartcomix.com website.

1. Michael Jackson – Groove Of Midnight (Demo)
2. Passion Pit – Little Secrets (Jack Beats Remix)
3. Nadastrom – Ghetto Pass
4. Boris Dlugosch – Bangkok
5. Wildlife – Jumbie (Beware & Motorpitch Remix)
6. Acid Girls – Lightworks (Harvard Bass Remix)
7. Noob & Brodinkski – Peanuts Club (LA Riots Remix)
8. D.I.M. & Tai – Lyposuct (Noob Remix)
9. Mowgli – London To Paris
10. Jesse Rose – Well Now (Savage Skulls Remix)
11. Douster – King Of Africa
12. Major Lazor / Afrojack – How I Like It (Beataucue Remix)
13. Jakwob – Wild Pitch
14. Oliver $ – Gypsy Carnival
15. The Toxic Avenger – Toxic Is Dead (Franki Chan Remix)
16. Gio De Leva, Christian Cheval & Nello – Kick The Small (Happy Noise Mix)
17. Darlene Love – Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)

Franki Chan Interview from uLOVEi on Vimeo.

R. Anthony Harris

R. Anthony Harris

I created Richmond, Virginia’s culture publication RVA Magazine and brought the first Richmond Mural Project to town. Designed the first brand for the Richmond’s First Fridays Artwalk and promoted the citywide “RVA” brand before the city adopted it as the official moniker. I threw a bunch of parties. Printed a lot of magazines. Met so many fantastic people in the process. Professional work: www.majormajor.me




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